City College students and West Coventry Academy pupils have been helping the police identify community safety improvements in Coventry, particularly in areas they visit regularly.
A recent visit by Ofsted has found some good areas of progress made by the Council’s children’s services.
Avian Influenza Prevention Zone in place for 30 days
The Council is set to support a thriving city theatre’s expansion plans as work on the City of Culture bid ramps up.
Virgin Media has announced that homes and businesses in Coventry will be next to benefit from an ultrafast broadband and entertainment boost this year.
Jim Sweeney and John Robinson were presented with a Good Citizen Award today for introducing thousands of young people to sport, particularly four a side football.
EnV will be inviting their volunteer team to celebrate another successful year at the Coventry Ambassador Celebration Event hosted at the Ricoh Arena on Tuesday 13 December.
Coventry has won national recognition as a thriving centre of social enterprise thanks to the efforts of Coventry University, Coventry City Council and other organisations.
A leading councillor is urging people to buy an extra gift and help make Christmas special for vulnerable young people.
Willenhall Library has relocated to the Hagard Community Space and initial signs are looking positive for the new venue - just a short walk from the previous site.
The public is being urged to get flu vaccinations and not to delay ahead of the expected colder weather.
The excellent progress of Coventry’s primary schools has been celebrated in a national report published today.
The Supreme Court has refused Sisu’s application for permission to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision in May 2016.
More than 40,000 Coventry people look set to receive a free Passport to Leisure and Learning (PTLL) card offering discounts on a range of learning and leisure activities.
Work is underway to create a new outdoor fitness trail for adults in Coventry.
There are frosts and lower daytime temperatures at this time of year.
The 2016 National Consumer Week campaign, Switched On, has launched today (28 November).
Coventry will be one of 10 Heritage Action Zones in England, in the first round of a new scheme set up by Historic England.
A leading Councillor is urging people to buy an extra gift and help make Christmas special for vulnerable young people.
Coventry City Council is raising the profile of HIV testing and urging people to have an HIV test if they are at risk.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Construction Shared Apprenticeship Scheme has been selected as a finalist in the ‘Best Apprenticeship Scheme’ category of the 2016 Construction Investing in Talent Awards
Shoppers visiting Coventry city centre will be able to park for free whilst late night shopping on Wednesdays on the run up to Christmas thanks to Coventry City Council.
A conference aimed at raising awareness and promoting new ideas around combating food poverty and creating a sustainable food network has been taking place in the city.
Coventry City Council is set to suspend a number of bus lanes in the city as part of a six month trial.
The festive season is upon us again and we need to consider our safety in the lead up to Christmas as much as at any other time of the year.
Council Cabinet Members will consider whether a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) could reduce certain types of anti-social behaviour in the city centre, at their meeting on 29 November.
National government spending cuts are continuing to be felt by Coventry City Council as it sets out its budget proposals for the next three years.
Take an eco journey through IKEA Coventry looking at many aspects of sustainability from water conservation to recycling to renewable energy.
Unnecessary workplace incidents occur because of simple failings such as poor housekeeping, poor condition or maintenance of equipment.